Relationships are at the core of every aspect of our profession. Whether we’re investigating an accident, negotiating a claim or proving a case in court, our attorneys rely on their ability to connect with others to secure the best possible results for their clients.
Relationships can mean the difference between receiving a basic report or getting the “real story” when investigating an accident. Relationships can mean the difference between a low-ball offer and the last-best offer at the negotiating table. Relationships can mean the difference between talking “at” a judge and jury or talking “with” them.
In short — relationships can make or break a case.
The Injury Board recruits attorneys who are focused on relationships, because relationships have a measurable impact on the results our attorneys can deliver for their clients.